Diet and Behavior

The CNP Diet and Behavior Research Category consolidates research exploring the interconnected relationship between dietary intake and behavior. To view each original study on the open internet, click “Original.” To view the CNP-written abstract summary, click “CNP Summary.” While only some of the CNP-written abstract summaries are available below for free, all abstract summaries are available to CNP members through the CNP Library Membership.

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2022

Mobile phone radiation deflects brain energy homeostasis and prompts human food ingestion

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2022

Food habits and associated risk factors of depressed patients with cardiovascular disease

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2021

Associations between hedonic hunger and BMI during a two-year behavioural weight loss trial

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2019

The cognitive, behavioral, and emotional aspects of eating habits and association with impulsivity, chronotype, anxiety, and depression: A cross-sectional study

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2017

The influence of the arrangement of different food images on participants’ attention: An experimental eye-tracking study

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2017

The impact of viewing a video with and without head phones on snack intake: A pilot study

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2019

Food choice patterns of long-haul truck drivers driving through Germany, a cross sectional study

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2021

Visual attention towards food during unplanned purchases – A pilot study using mobile eye tracking technology

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2018

How eating behavior, food stimuli and gender may affect visual attention - An eye tracking study

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2019

Preparation sequence of two snack components influences snack composition and calorie intake

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2020

Skipping breakfast is associated with overweight and obesity: A systematic review and meta-analysis

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2017

Healthy food choices are happy food choices: evidence from a real-life sample using smartphone based assessments

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2014

Hedonic hunger and binge eating among women with eating disorders

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2004

Gastrointestinal satiety signals I. An overview of gastrointestinal signals that influence food intake

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2018

The role of craving in emotional and uncontrolled eating

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2019

Food craving, cortisol and ghrelin responses in modeling highly palatable snack intake in the laboratory

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2021

Within-day variability in negative affect moderates cue responsiveness in high-calorie snacking

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2012

Hedonic eating is associated with increased peripheral levels of ghrelin and the endocannabinoid 2-arachidonoyl-glycerol in healthy humans: a pilot study

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2012

Food cravings in food addiction: the distinct role of positive reinforcement

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2014

A short version of the Food Cravings Questionnaire-Trait: the FCQ-T-reduced

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2019

Food craving predicts the consumption of highly palatable food but not bland food

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2009

Homeostatic and hedonic signals interact in the regulation of food intake

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2007

Hedonic hunger: a new dimension of appetite?

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2018

Is eating pleasure compatible with healthy eating? a qualitative study on Quebecers' perceptions

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2014

Variety, palatability, and obesity

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1991

Food craving, dietary restraint and mood

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2007

The psychology of food craving

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2019

Influence of the fat/carbohydrate component of snack food on energy intake pattern and reinforcing properties in rodents (animal)

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2020

Four main barriers to weight loss maintenance? a quantitative analysis of difficulties experienced by obese patients after successful weight reduction

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2019

Hyper‐palatable foods: development of a quantitative definition and application to the US food system database

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2005

How palatable food disrupts appetite regulation

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2017

Situational cues and momentary food environment predict everyday eating behavior in adults with overweight and obesity

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2012

High cortisol levels are associated with low quality food choice in type 2 diabetes

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2019

Acute impact of dietary pattern and walking on postprandial attention, mood, and satiety in older adults: a randomized crossover trial

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2016

The influence of palatable diets in reward system activation: a mini review

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2016

Pleasure as an ally of healthy eating? contrasting visceral and Epicurean eating pleasure and their association with portion size preferences and wellbeing

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1994

The development of emotion regulation and dysregulation: a clinical perspective

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2017

Stress, cortisol, and other appetite-related hormones: prospective prediction of 6-month changes in food cravings and weight

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2016

Hedonic hunger is related to increased neural and perceptual responses to cues of palatable food and motivation to consume: Evidence from 3 independent investigations

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2016

Food cue reactivity and craving predict eating and weight gain: a meta-analytic review

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2018

Training in cognitive strategies reduces eating and improves food choice. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

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2011

Assessment Methods for Eating Behaviour and Weight-Related Problems: Measures, Theory and Research

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2020

Can eating pleasure be a lever for healthy eating? A systematic scoping review of eating pleasure and its links with dietary behaviors and health

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2011

Reward mechanisms in obesity: new insights and future directions

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